MAD Magazine Easter Egg - The Secret Message

1. Look at the page where Sergio Aragones makes fun of musical instruments.
2. Look at the last picture in the strip where a boy plays piano.
3. Turn the magazine around.
4. Look at the flags carefully.
5. Then you can see a text "This is the secret message".

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Contributed By: Napo Nappari on 01-10-2001
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Special Requirements: MAD magazine #292 (Jan 1990)
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Napo Nappari writes:
But you must remember what is the difference between visual jokes and easter eggs. For example, if you find south park character in a crowd of children, then that is not an easter egg. You would understand what I mean, if you saw that message, because that was so well hidden.
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Napo Nappari writes:
to flames: Thats what everybody says, but show me even one. When I found this I started to search more eggs like this but I didnĀ“t find anything
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Smarrtdude writes:
Well, you've got the mad zeppelin, Arthur the bird, the MAD poiuyt, MAX KORN, and not to mention sight gags on covers, in margins, and in backgrounds. I agree that the eggs abound in this great institute of a magazine.
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Selif_X_42 writes:
This is to flames: Yes I'm sure there are a lot of eggs in MAD magazine, but it's not like everyone knows where they all are, so that's what this site is for.
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DIzzIE writes:
Who is Max Korn? A lot of the MAD artists put his name in their drawings. But who is he?!
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Basil writes:
"Max Korn" is not a person or a thing. It means maximum corneyness, which is them dissing themselves,(again).
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koira writes:
"Max Korn" does NOT stand for "maximum corniness. That's like the one where a tiny "IND" used to appear on the covers in between the "M" and the "A" in the MAD logo, and people thought it meant "MIND." (It was actually short for Independent, the magazine's distributor.) Anyway, just know that Max Korn lives, breathes and walks among us!
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Eagle writes:
I seen it on CD #6 on the Totally MAD computer program.
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